The Society for Neuroscience is an international organization composed of researchers, clinicians, students, and residents in all disciplines of neuroscience. The national website http://sfn.org has links to job opportunities, educational resources, and announcements about upcoming conferences. Annually, they host the world's largest conference featuring neuroscience research.
Our local chapter is called the Society for Neuroscience Shreveport chapter. Our nickname is simply NeuroCore. We serve researchers, students, clinicians, and residents in the ArkLaTex and ArkLaMiss regions. We host an annual Neuroscience Day with a nationally recognized speaker and presentations by our own researchers. We also sponsor social events, service opportunities, and professional development activities. Please join and grow with us.
BECOME A MEMBER!
- Free abstract submission for Neuroscience Research Day and a chance to win awards
- Meet people inside and outside of your specialty and learn about their work
- Tell others about your discoveries
- Learn how to be more effective when presenting your work
- Hear nationally prominent researchers
- Make new friends
- Help select the Neuroscience Day speakers
Memberships last for one year from July 1 to June 30. Click on the Application Form button below to apply for membership.
Departmental: $250/year (includes all faculty, associates and students in the department)
Post-doc / Resident / Trainee: $25
Students / Staff: $15
We organize multiple hands-on learning programs for children in the community including our traveling Brain Awareness Week for elementary and middle school students to increase STEM engagement; participation in the annual Fall Wildlife Celebration at Red River National Wildlife Refuge engaging children of all ages in activities with dissection kits and brain models; hosting the Neuroscience with Kids program for underserved children in partnership with a local non-profit with monthly meetings in the community. Our future plans include expanded outreach and partnerships with local community organizations. LEARN MORE